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Old 03-04-2016, 07:57 AM   #1
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Good mask on front clear mask

On my other vehicles, bikes and cars, I generally use a Meguires cleaner wax with great results. The coach has a clear mask on the front and I know that products good for one finish can have poor or disastrous results for others. My goals would be a durable finish that resists bugs and grime. For the sides a quick on/quick off would be the choice. If the same product was safe and suitable for paint and glass that would be a plus. I have used Simple Green and a lot of grease, elbow grease, to get the bugs off and I want them to stay off. Plan a good coating of Rain-X for the windshield. I found on other vehicles that love bugs come off easily.

As far as bug removal, I've tried on different occasions various "de-buggers", dryer sheets, peroxide, etc., and found that elbow grease, good soap, works well.

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Good WAX

Meant to title good WAX but was too late to edit
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Old 03-04-2016, 12:16 PM   #3
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You will find many on this forum use Aerospace 303 on their Diamond Shield per recommendation from the manufacturer. My thing is, "If it's rubber or Plastic, 303 it". I buy the stuff by the gallon.

As far as bugs, I use a Norwex Kitchen Cloth with just plain water. Works better than anything I have ever tried and with plain water does not bother the finish or wax. People think I'm exaggerating but if you try this cloth, you will become a believer.
I wrap the cloth over the sponge on my extend a pole sponge/squeegee and without using a ladder, the bugs are gone with minimal scrubbing.


http://www.amazon.com/303-Products-A...ace+protectant

Amazon.com - Norwex Kitchen Scrub Cloth - Household Cleaning Wipes And Cloths
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If you're new to Diamond Shield like masks, I STRONGLY recommend you keep it sealed(303). Once the dreaded mold starts under it, it just gets worse without any remedy, unless you remove it like I and many others have had to do. You mentioned "Love Bugs", which means you're probably in Florida. Heat & humidity is how the mold gets started, out west not so much because of low humidity.
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I have always waxed my front cap with Rejex including the windshield. It acts like rain-x on glass and makes bug removal relatively easy. I recently purchased two bottles of 303 to give it a try so I can't yet compare the two but I have been pleased with Rejex.
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